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Volatile organics, H2, H2S, NH 3 , CH 4 ) can occur in soils and unsaturated subsurface environments; however, they have so far received little attention as potential energy sources in these environments. Volatile organic acids can be produced by fermentation in anaerobic aquitards (128. 134) and these can diffuse to overlying unsaturated zones as well as to nearby aquifers. Inorganic sources of energy can also occur in the subsurface. It has been reported that abiologically generated H2 in basaltic subsurface environments can support autotrophic methanogens (148, 174).
Turpin et al. (179) reported that the culturability Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium applied to nonsterile soil declined rapidly over a period of days while the number of viable cells remained constant. Not surprisingly, these cells also miniaturized into small cocci during the same time period. , by the direct viable count method of Kogure et al. , in sewage sludge) may remain infectious, though undetectable by standard culturing methods. Pedersen and Leser (161) reported that a strain of Enterobacter cloacae, a rhizosphere copiotroph, entered a viable but nonculturable state when introduced to soil and leaf surfaces.
Lm range. Since bacteria are thought to be on average one-third smaller than the pores they occupy (100), this finding is consistent with the majority of soil microbes being dwarf sized. STARVATION RESPONSES IN SOIL AND SUBSURFACE MICROORGANISMS Nearly all bacteria show at least some ability to survive periods of nutrient deprivation. The ability to survive nutrient deprivation has been best studied in marine bacteria, for which four patterns of starvation survival have been identified (6, 130).